New research released today by WTM reveals that while Chinese tourism has yet to recover from the pandemic, growth will return and by 2033 Chinese outbound by value could be “double the size” of the United States. The WTM Global Travel Report, in association with Tourism Economics, anticipates that the growth in the value of outbound travel from China between 2024 and 2033 will be 131%, by far the largest increase for any major market.
Picked for her sense of adventure, Tan Yuanyuan has spent years traveling the world as a multi-award-winning principal dancer with the prestigious San Francisco Ballet Company.
A renewed spike in coronavirus cases in Beijing is slowing the recovery of passenger jet operations in China. That is according to the latest flight tracking data from Cirium.
Arabian Travel Market Virtual is preparing to host a session on the future of Chinese tourism in the Middle East. Moderated by Adam Wu, the event will take place on Tuesday, June 2nd at 11:00 GST.
Asia Pacific destinations popular with travellers from mainland China continue to report a huge hotel occupancy impact from the coronavirus outbreak, according to preliminary February data from STR.
Over 200,000 flights have now been cancelled or proactively removed from schedules to, from and within China due to coronavirus, according to Cirium.
Individual tourists and groups from China and Asia must not be stigmatised because of the latest coronavirus outbreak, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council. The trade body is warning against disproportionate reactions which could result in discrimination.
JA Manafaru is a multi-award-winning resort in the Maldives which offers Chinese families everything required for an unforgettable kick off to 2020, the year of the rat.